Scott Parker on Why Many Women Don’t Work Out




ARU Fitness trainer Scott Parker was recently the featured guest on an internet radio show “Survive 365: The Conversation.” He drops some key information and to-do’s for any person with a body (*ahem, that means you). Feel free to skip to the 10 minute mark to skip the excessive FAMU love and get to the content 😉 Well done Parker my son, I’ve taught you well.

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  • latoya wiggins

    Reply Reply April 4, 2011

    I think we as a country need to focus on the foods that we are eating instead of targeting black women. I live in Tennessee I see 300 and 400 pound white women everyday. This country needs to focus on health instead of race.

  • latoya wiggins

    Reply Reply April 4, 2011

    I think we as a country need to focus on the foods that we are eating instead of targeting black women. I live in Tennessee I see 300 and 400 pound white women everyday. This country needs to focus on health instead of race.

  • Lwiggins2

    Reply Reply April 4, 2011

    Wow! another black men attacking black women. I feel like he has some good points but the black community isn’t like the white communities. Most black women are single and or taking care of famlies by them self. Most white women are seen as the ideal of what beauty is and they have way more support by their community and or spouse. I am a black women who lost 135 pounds eight years ago by my self so make sure you don’t throw all black women under the bus.

  • Lwiggins2

    Reply Reply April 4, 2011

    Wow! another black men attacking black women. I feel like he has some good points but the black community isn’t like the white communities. Most black women are single and or taking care of famlies by them self. Most white women are seen as the ideal of what beauty is and they have way more support by their community and or spouse. I am a black women who lost 135 pounds eight years ago by my self so make sure you don’t throw all black women under the bus.

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